What are some good examples of things like the Newcomb paradox (Amazingly accurate predictor makes a prediction about whether you will take box a or box a+b, guaranteed $1000 in box b, $1million in box a only if he predicts you will leave box b behind, no tampering after he makes prediction.)?
Ideally I’m looking for things for things that have no agreed upon “right” answer. (I certainly think there is only 1 right answer to Newcomb but it isn’t agreed by everybody.)
Things like Monty Hall which have a clear fixed answer, even if it may be counter-intuative to some and some may be too stubborn or dense to get it even after having it explained, are not what I’m after.
Also the scenario should be simple enough to be able to explain in a chat session with a casino dealer. Anybody got any good examples?